Respace Acoustics was contacted by D.I.G for a an acoustic solution for there exhibition room.
D.I.G is an archaeology adventure created by the same team behind the Jordik Viking centre. The exhibition is very popular and is housed in an old church. As the ceiling are very high and there are not many places to put sound absorbing materials, the church is very noisy and uncomfortable when in use.
Respace Acoustics suggested three different acoustic treatments to solve the problem;
1. Ecophon wall panels would be installed within the nave of the church
2. Ecophon Master Solo rafts under a mezzanine level
3. Ecophon Master Baffles to be installed above the most noisy area – the digging pit.
These three installations resulted in a lower reverberation time. The speech intelligibility was increased and the general sound comfort in the room was increased dramatically.
Thanks to Respace Acoustics, both the students and the teachers work, learn and play in a comfortable sound sonic environment.